Quin Houff will be behind the wheel of Premium Motorsports’ No. 15 machine for the Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway, with The Elease Project making its debut in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup #15 Series car.
“I am very excited to be making my debut in the #15 car for Premium Motorsports! I can’t thank Jay and the team enough. Also, I would like to thank The Elease Project for coming onboard with us at Daytona. It will be a blast running the high banks of Daytona for the first time in a Cup car representing a good charity cause,” says Quin Houff.
The Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway will run on Saturday July 6, 2019. The race will air live on NBC, NBS Sports App, and The Motor Racing Network at 7:30 p.m. ET
.About The Elease Project
Keith Hatchett, Founder and C.E.O. of The Elease Project (www.theeleaseproject.org)is extremely excited and proud to be launching their new relationship with Premium Motorsports this weekend at the Coke Zero Sugar 400 at the Daytona Motor Speedway.We believe this partnership will help give us the exposure our charity needs in order to provide assistance to those in desperate need. We encourage everyone to visit (www.theeleaseproject.org) and peruse the wonderful and heartfelt testimonials of the people who have been helped. Please explore the website and click on the Donate Now button and find out for yourself how we are different from any charities you may have experienced in the past.
The Elease Project provides two distinct charitable gifting options:
- Donate one time and your gift is equally spread between 10 pre- screened and endorsed Charities where 95% of your funds go directly to the cause!
- Donate directly to a person or a cause that is close to you and be assured that our project managers will follow through and make sure your donation goes to solve the issue.
This extra control of directing your donation to a specific problem is “Game changing” in the world of charitable gifting! You can see where your donation dollars are going therefore creating trust with who you are giving to, said Founder, Keith Hatchett. The biggest problem with most Charities today is they are all the same, donating to a specific cause and you never know what portion of your donation is actually making it to the people that really need the money. We have eliminated that with The Elease Project.A special thanks to my mom & dad for whom this charity is appropriately named after.
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